Regenerative therapies are designed to help your body heal damaged tissues and organs, restoring functions lost as a result of aging, injury, or disease. By improving circulation to the treatment site and stimulating a natural healing response, these therapies help the body replace or repair damaged and poorly functioning cells.
Regenerative injections at Pure Body Health tap into the body’s self-healing processes, supporting cell regeneration and regrowth. We offer the following natural injection therapies to stimulate healing in a wide range of conditions.
Prolotherapy is also known as regenerative connective tissue therapy, meaning it targets ligaments, tendons, and cartilage issues. This therapy consists of a series of injections containing nutrients and a local anesthetic designed to promote the body’s innate healing processes to regenerate weak or injured joints or ligaments. Unlike cortisone injections, prolotherapy actively improves the integrity of the joint for long-lasting pain relief and stability.
A modified prolotherapy solution with oxygen, prolozone is a non-surgical ligament and collagen regeneration therapy designed to treat chronic pain. Prolozone injections include a prolotherapy solution infused with oxygen to further improve the healing process. This additional oxygen can help support the healing of damaged or weakened connective tissue in and around your joints, offering many patients permanent pain relief.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) is a solution that contains your body’s own healing cells, such as platelets and growth factors. Extracting these cells from the blood allows the solution to be 5 to 10 times more potent than blood itself, which amplifies its healing capacity. We inject the PRP solution into the joints, providing the immune cells direct access to the affected area so they can begin repairing the joint. This therapy often requires fewer injections and excels at repairing severely damaged ligaments and joints.
Biological allograft treatments are derived from stem cells, though our treatments do not contain any stem cells. Instead, these injections contain an incredibly potent solution of growth factors and cytokines that promote healing. This therapy offers the highest number and variety of growth factors that can be most beneficial for difficult cases where the patient’s immune function is not as robust. One of the most advanced forms of regenerative injections available, this treatment promotes soft tissue repair and reconstruction.
Perineural Injection Therapy (PIT)
Nerve injuries and nerve restrictions are common afflictions, with an estimated 20 million Americans or more suffering from some type of peripheral nerve damage. Nerves can become inflamed for a variety of reasons, stemming from our age, genes, occupation, and even athletic pastimes.
PIT uses dextrose (a naturally occurring sugar that our body uses for energy) to treat inflamed nerves that cause pain. This minimally invasive, non-surgical treatment can treat joint disorders, nerve disorders, and chronic pain. With an 80–100% success rate, PIT is one of the most effective treatments for nerve pain available, with no risk of dependency and minimal risk of side effects. PIT provides healing for conditions including, but not limited to:
FREQUENTLY Asked Questions
No—true stem cell therapy in the US comes only from the patient as the donor, derived from either the bone marrow or fat, and this is something we cannot offer. We do, however, have a wide range of highly effective regenerative injection therapies to suit your individual needs! Schedule a consultation with us to learn more.
The total number and frequency of regenerative injections varies, depending on the type of injection performed and the severity and chronicity if your condition. During your consultation, we will talk with you about your goals, make a thorough evaluation of your situation, and recommend a customized course of action.
During your consultation, we will take a thorough history, perform relevant examinations, and evaluate your situation to determine which treatment is most appropriate for you. Often, adjunctive therapies such as LLLT, infrared heat, or red light therapy are used to further promote a healing response. We will talk through all of your options and customize a plan for your care.